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The Bank Chippy Bell Street - a Memory of Wigston.

My friend lived at the Queens Head pub shown in the Bell Street photo, when we were cold and hungry we used to go to the Bank Chip shop (just out of shot at the top right of the picture, on the curve of the road opposite the pub), we never bought anything, we had a portion of scratchings (batter bits) in newspaper with lots of salt and vinegar for free!


A memory shared by Sue Chapman on Oct 21st, 2010.
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 Comments & Feedback

Sat Aug 29th 2015, at 4:44 am
jameslioncub commented:
I remember Buying fish and chips there Chips a tanner, 4 d , and a piece of cod 10d which the total cost was equal to 6 new pence which was a cheap meal in thos days and so tasty i served in white grease proff paper and wrapped in newspaper!!

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